Posted by: Generación Latina | December 2, 2010

Hermanas Campos fighting for social justice

Lucia and Natalia are students at Montgomery Blair High School, but don’t let their young age fool you.  They have a number of years under the belt in the fight against discrimination, racism, HIV and AIDS.

Don’t miss Generacion Latina this December 4, 5, 6, 17, 18 and 19 @ 10pm and watch Lucia and Natalia share about what motivates them to help others in the community while they  make strides to succeed in high school despite the obstacles and distractions.

Are you interested in discussing issues of diversity, social justice, teen health, etc.  Inspirate and get involved! Check out the organizations the sisters mentioned:

Lucia

Metro Teen Aids

202-543-8246

Organization dedicated to preventing HIV infection among young people in the Washington DC metro area.

 

Diversity Workshop– At Blair High School.

 

Natalia

Student Emerging Leaders Program

Karen_L_Crawford@mcpsmd.org or 301-670-1419

Natalia Campos is pictured here among 50 other Hispanic emerging leaders, including Secretary of Labor Hilda Solis at the Congressional Hispanic Caucus Institute's Public Policy Conference, 2010.

 

City at Peace

202-399-7993 x156

City at Peace is a youth development organization located in Washington, DC that uses the performing arts to teach and promote cross-cultural understanding and non-violent conflict resolution. With an emphasis on youth-led programs and artistic excellence, the organization challenges participants to effect positive community change in pursuit of a city at peace.


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